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Business Intelligence Status Report
Spurred by government mandates for more business transparency, business intelligence has emerged to extract information from ERP systems. How has BI emerged

functional business organizational structure  but more insightful and functional tools to help enterprises operate more efficiently and profitably. Many manufacturing and distribution enterprises of all sizes are amenable to leveraging software that would not only sense the daily pulse of the operations, but would also spot incongruities, analyze the performances of multiple areas, and initiate corrective adjustments. BI tools promise to help rank and file employees harness data too complicated for manual manipulation. For instance, few Read More...
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Running and Optimizing the Business of IT: The SAP Best-practices Approach
IT has long been seen as one of the best ways to address the challenges of the business environment. Yet the complexity and rigidity of IT infrastructure keep

functional business organizational structure  Manager delivers some key functionality to manage daily tasks for IT operations such as root cause analysis, change request management, business process and system monitoring, and service desk. These tasks are supported with approval workflows, key performance indicators (KPIs) , and service-level agreements (SLAs) , as well as customizable reports. Organizations can also extend SAP Solution Manager ALM with tools offered by SAP in conjunction with its partners to support ALM areas not offered directly by Read More...
Goal-oriented Business Process Management
The trend toward more flexible ways of working, shorter organizational reaction times, and the ability to fully embrace market unpredictability, is a powerful

functional business organizational structure  A base system, providing functionality needed to meet the design goals. An autonomic controller, monitoring the base system and the external environment, and deciding and enacting self-management policies. The original focus of Autonomic Computing was on IT infrastructure, but the basic ideas apply to most systems and even to organizational entities. When the base system is an entire BPM system, the addition of an autonomic controller results in Autonomic Business Process Management. In autonomic BPM, as Read More...
Should E-Business Be Inside or Outside of IT?
All the recent management trends from Continuous Improvement to Business Process Re-engineering have had the same issue we see with E-Business. They have

functional business organizational structure  into ALL of the functional groups and incorporate E-Business opportunities into the mainstream of corporate planning. The problem is that organizational change often requires that management provide the company with strong signals that the new tool or technique is important. A high profile appointment of an evangelist with the requisite staff is often the obvious and simple solution. If E-Business is Not a Major Initiative, Where Does It Fit? If an E-Business position is going to be established as only an Read More...
Business Process Analysis versus Business Process Management
Business process analysis (BPA) vendors are trying to enter the business process management (BPM) market by marketing themselves as BPM solutions. This article

functional business organizational structure  rather than vertical or functional processes. If an organization views its processes vertically based on functions, the process is isolated. This can cause delays, increased costs, and duplication of tasks, as well as loss of quality control. Horizontal processes, on the other hand, cross the boundaries of departments. They focus more on human-centric processes ( who does what, in other words) than on task-centric processes (which take things step by step). In terms of modeling and designing these proc Read More...
Keeping Cash Flow in Focus While Driving Business Performance
One of the most basic business axioms, held dear by all firms but especially small companies, is that cash flow is king. Customer payments are essential for

functional business organizational structure  Cash Flow in Focus While Driving Business Performance One of the most basic business axioms, held dear by all firms but especially small companies, is that cash flow is king. Customer payments are essential for fueling all other business activity, from staff salaries, to raw materials, to rent. Growing firms need to be especially attentive to cash flow because sales increases typically require new investments associated with product or service production before payments are received. Learn more Read More...
The Five Styles of Business Intelligence: Industrial-strength Business Intelligence
If you’re not on top of the range of business intelligence (BI) functionality that has evolved over the past 15 years, this framework can help. There’s a

functional business organizational structure  of business intelligence (BI) functionality that has evolved over the past 15 years, this framework can help. There’s a fundamental shortcoming in most BI tools today, as a single architecture cannot support the full range of BI functionality—leading to excessive costs, delays, and user dissatisfaction. Learn about a solution that covers the five different styles of BI functionality. Read More...
Is My Business Too Small for Business Intelligence (BI)?
Does business intelligence (BI) make sense for really small businesses? While BI solutions can surface and analyze business data, providing a competitive

functional business organizational structure  My Business Too Small for Business Intelligence (BI)? Does business intelligence (BI) make sense for really small businesses? While BI solutions can surface and analyze business data, providing a competitive advantage for enterprises, this inquiry puts the spotlight on smaller businesses. But how does a small business deal with the costs associated with this kind of system? Learn why (and how) BI can be a smart choice for even the smallest business. Read More...
Business Intelligence: Driving Better Business Performance for Companies with Changing Needs
When it comes to acquiring business intelligence, small to medium-sized companies are often at a disadvantage. Compared to larger companies, they may lack the

functional business organizational structure  standard reports across the functional areas of Microsoft Dynamics NAV. Report Wizard and Report Design Tools: When user needs are not meet by one of the more than 300 standard reports, users can use the report wizard to create ad-hoc reports that can meet the most demanding requirements including customer-specific reports. For example, if a company requires a type of report that is very unique to their business and it is not included in the standard package, the report design tools can be used to Read More...
Making Business Intelligence Easy: Collaborative Business Intelligence
The merging of BI and Web 2.0 technologies has given rise to the new concept of collaborative BI, a type of collaborative decision making (CDM) platform

functional business organizational structure  Business Intelligence Easy: Collaborative Business Intelligence The merging of BI and Web 2.0 technologies has given rise to the new concept of collaborative BI, a type of collaborative decision making (CDM) platform. Collaborative BI has been hailed by many as the answer to the persistent problem that, despite increasing amounts of money being spent on BI, many organizations are failing to utilize reporting and analytics effectively. Read this white paper to learn the essential features of a Read More...
How Much Should You Pay for Your Business Phone System?
Different buyers pay different prices for the same business phone system. While some buyers hesitate to negotiate the “special price” quoted to them, others

functional business organizational structure  Much Should You Pay for Your Business Phone System? Different buyers pay different prices for the same business phone system. While some buyers hesitate to negotiate the “special price” quoted to them, others leverage insider knowledge about the buying process to get a significantly better price for the same system. Our expert shares valuable phone system price negotiation techniques to empower you to get the best price on your business phone system equipment and service. Read More...
Business Intelligence for the Small to Medium Sized Business (SMB)
The analytical capability once reserved for large enterprises has now permeated the world of small to medium businesses (SMBs), providing visibility into what

functional business organizational structure  Intelligence for the Small to Medium Sized Business (SMB) The analytical capability once reserved for large enterprises has now permeated the world of small to medium businesses (SMBs), providing visibility into what really matters for these companies. Not surprisingly, there has been a marked uptake in use of business intelligence (BI) solutions in the SMB market over the past year. Follow the road map for SMBs looking to achieve best-in-class performance through BI deployment. Read More...
Five Tips for Saving Money on Your Business Phone System
With recession looming and profit margins under siege, the last thing any company needs is a capital-draining business phone system. Fortunately, today’s voice

functional business organizational structure  Tips for Saving Money on Your Business Phone System With recession looming and profit margins under siege, the last thing any company needs is a capital-draining business phone system. Fortunately, today’s voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) providers offer plenty of cost-trimming features to keep business phone costs in check or dramatically lower communications overhead. Read here to know the five ways businesses are taking advantage of new VoIP technology to save money. Read More...
Integrate Business Planning for Dynamics NAV
Developed based on the role-tailored integrated business planning model (RTIBPM), the Microsoft Dynamics NAV integrated business planning system automates much

functional business organizational structure  S&OP to a multi-dimensional, cross-functional process that focuses on aligning Demand, Supply and Financial management operations with company strategic goals and objectives. The following table summarizes some of the key differences betweenIBP and S&OP: It is not a secret that about 80% of business improvement possibilities lay within process and only 20% within systems. About 90% of companies are successfully using Excel for S&OP but a few Information System features that are not accessible in Excel are Read More...

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